AUTHORS

Sadık Yalsızuçanlar

He was born in 1961 in Malatya, Türkiye. He attended elementary and middle school in this city. He graduated from Hacettepe University's Department of Turkology. He worked at TRT (Turkish Radio and Television Corporation) and retired. During his years at TRT, he directed documentary films on history and culture. His films were shown at various international festivals. He wrote books in the genres of short stories, novels, fairy tales, and essays. Many of his books were published in various world languages. Among these, countries such as England, Germany, France, Greece, Bulgaria, Egypt, Mongolia, Syria, Georgia, Sudan, Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Serbia, Pakistan, Bosnia, Iran, and others can be mentioned. The author received numerous literary awards from both domestic and international sources.

Tanşıl Kılıç

Born in Istanbul, Kanlıca in 1978, she studied communication and worked in the private sector. While working, she also engaged in voluntary projects for children in various associations and wrote stories. Currently, she lives in Belgium with her spouse, son, and cat, where she continues to write new books. She is the author of several children's books, including Şekerli Sinek, Şekerli Sinek Mavi Orman Yolunda, Bir Salıncak Macerası, Şanslı Kedi Patikare, Küçük Deve Kaşmira and Suya Kulak Ver.

Selahattin Yusuf

Selahattin Yusuf is a Turkish writer. He was born in 1974 in Trabzon. In 1991, he enrolled at Ankara University's Faculty of Political Sciences. During his time at the faculty, he wrote philosophy and literature articles for the Mektebi Mülkiye magazine, which he co-founded with his friends for four years. After graduating from the university, he pursued a master's degree in the same institution. However, he left his thesis defense in the field of Political Science and ended his academic pursuits. He turned towards literature and began working as a freelance writer. He worked as a columnist in weekly magazines such as Aktüel, Ülke, and Gerçek Hayat, as well as in various newspapers.